I think everything is there. Top end apart, bottom end is together. Need to check bore and pistons. The bottom will come part to check everything and clean the slug trap.Good on ya for saving the Daytona... Do you have all of the engine and gearbox components...?
There was a stretch of time, year ago when I restored four different Daytona models from a '70, '71 and two '72s. Very sweet handling little back road burners.
All the best in this project.
Great project. If you put the fairing on maybe you could consider painting the bike blue like Gary Nixons Daytona winner. I think he won that race in 1968 on a Triumph 500. Paint a #9 on it too.
That is another great one. I have a friend in Sunbury,Ohio who has a couple cubs. One is in a Rickman frame, that used to house a Zundapp. Another one is probably about a 1965 that is together. I have a 66 Ducati Monza that is apart. We are going to try and complete the projects and have a ride next fall. If you haven't, check out Paul Brodie's cub build on YouTube.
Really nice 500 there. Green (a real pretty candy green) and silver are the colors for the tank and fenders. A silver stripe on the center of the tank and a silver stripe on the center of the fenders. I bought a new 69 T100C that year. All green tank. High pipes and stainless fenders had my heart.